Concerned Citizens Community Involvement (CCCI) has been dedicated to promoting health, education, and well-being in South LA and neighboring communities for over 40 years. By providing South L.A. residents with diverse programs and resources, we’re helping build strong and prosperous communities to thrive in.
CCCI strives to bridge the generational wealth gap impacting Black and Latinx families by increasing access to quality community and economic development resources including:
- Digital equity & STEM
- Food access
- Healthy living
CCCI’s teaching, mentoring, and coaching methods are rooted human development and social justice.
We design our programs and services by listening to community needs, responding with targeted solutions, and harnessing the power of data to maximize impact.
Digital equity is achieved when all individuals and communities have the information technology capacity to fully participate in our society, democracy, and economy.
There is a shortage of rental homes affordable and available to extremely low-income households (ELI), whose incomes are at or below the poverty guideline or 30% of their area median income (AMI).
One in four people in Los Angeles County experiences food insecurity. Many students across Los Angeles County will head to class with empty stomachs, causing a distracted mind, and preventing them from learning in the classrooms.
Concerned Citizens Community Involvement has been a shepherd of faith-based partnership programs that are designed to help educate residents on healthy behaviors and systems change opportunities related to community health.